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cientos de pasajeros en el aeropuerto internacional de dulles... willie sanchez/ oficial de aduanas y proteccion fronteriza "esto es un juego como decimos nosotros de el gato y el raton..." su companero es willie sanchez... un oficial de la agencia de aduanas y proteccion fronteriza... los dos van a la caza de comportamiento dudoso y bultos sospechosos. willie sanchez/ oficial de aduanas y proteccion fronteriza " los narcotraficantes tratan de traer los narcoticos de maneras creativas y el trabajo de nosotros consiste en encontrarlas... cuando ella detecta el olor de los narcoticos, ella se sienta al lado de la persona, de la maleta, del equipaje de lo que sea." nos informan que la ultima tendencia en el area metropolitana viene de guatemala... una serie de personas han sido arrestadas por portar cocaina ya sea en pomos de lo que aparentemente es mermelada y tambien en dulces... willie sanchez/ oficial de aduanas y proteccion fronteriza "ellos crearon una pared falsa. metieron la cocaina alli, bien, con mucha presion y llenaron el pomo de mermelada. eh, suena como un tipo de traer dro
, they are looking for this man right here anthony sanchez seen in this picture about 5'5", 275 pounds. yesterday afternoon, san jose police went to thee parkside glen apartments on hillsdale road to arrest him for outstanding warrants. officers say they had to double cuff him because sanchez couldn't get his arms close enough together. but there was something he could do. officers put sanchez in the back of an unmarked car when one officer was distracted with paperwork that's when sanchez slipped his cuffs and was able to jump into the driver's seat and drove away. >> now, it's just a matter of going back to square one and finding him hopefully with handcuffs on. >> reporter: two hours later police found the van parked in a neighborhood about a mile away. all of the equipment was still in the front seat. and there were no firearms inside. as for how sanchez got the keys in the first place, san jose police say it is common practice to leave the keys in the ignition if the officers are close by. reporting live in san jose, cate caugiran, kpix 5. >>> the final
for that suspect who essentially pulled a houdini. this is the man officers are looking for, anthony sanchez seen in the picture. he is about 5'5", 275 pounds. yesterday afternoon san jose police went to the parkside glen apartments on hillsdale road to arrest him for outstanding warrants. officers say they had to double cuff him because sanchez couldn't get his arms close enough together. but there was something he could do. officers put sanchez in the back of an unmarked car. when one officer was distracted with paperwork, sanchez slipped his cuffs and was able to jump in the driver's seat and drove away. >> now it's just going back to square one to find the suspect. hopefully he will still have the handcuffs on when we find him. >> reporter: two hours later police found the minivan parked in a neighborhood about a mile away. all of the equipment was still in the front seat. there were no firearms inside. now, as for how sanchez got these keys in the first place, san jose police say it is common practice for them to leave the keys in the ignition if th
sanchez late last night. he was driving a stolen pickup truck. that arrest happened at 11:30 last night. here is a new video of a mug shot taken early this morning of the 32-year-old. police have been searching since wednesday afternoon. sanchez was able to slip his handcuffs from behind his back to the front and then he jumped into the driver seat of an unmarked police van. he then drove away in that police fan which was later found near renato hours later. police sources say that sometime wednesday or thursday he was later spotted in a red toyota tacoma that was stolen in a 7-11 parking lot and then officers finally caught him driving that stolen truck near mount castle late last night in san jose. we are not sure if he went quietly but he was finally booked in to the county jail at 3:30 this morning. he was arrested for burglary, vehicle theft, escape, possession of a controlled substance and on the two arrest warrants, we are trying to get an interview with the police spokesperson. we haven't heard back from him yet but when we have the update we will give that information. reportin
-old sanchez was arrested on drug-related warrants yesterday. he was uncomfortable when they put him in handcuffs because of his large 5' 8" 275-pound frame so officers did a favor by linking him to two sets of handcuffs. he stretched his arms and slip the legs through the cuffed arms and took off in the van which still had the keys in the ignition. the van was located two hours later a mile away. sanchez was on probation for drug charge but will now likely face new charges for stealing the van. >> san francisco muni officials are trying to figure why a warning alarm failed when there was a bolt stuck in the cable trucks that sent seven to the hospital including the gripman and conductor and several passengers. we were over the scene at powell and washington street. the cable car came to an abrupt stop when it hit a bolt from a hatch cover. an alarm should have gone up to indicate something. >> a boeing 787 dreamliner will take to the skies today despite a world-wide grounding of the jet amid a safety investigation. katie marzullo is back from new orleans in the newsroom. this is a t
escaped by stealing a police van while handcuffed. authorities say the 32-year-old sanchez was initially arrested on drug-related warrants around 3:30 yesterday. they say sanchez was uncomfortable in cuffs because he weighs 275 pounds so the officers did him a favor and linked him to two sets of handcuffs. police say sanchez stretched his armed under him, slipped the legs through the cuffed arms took off in the van which had the keys in the ignition. they found the van a mile away two hours later and sanchez was not in it. he was on probation for drug charges but will now face new charges for stealing the van. >> san francisco muni officials are trying to determine why a warning alarm failed when a bolt was stuck in the cable trucks that sent seven to the hospital including the gripman, the conductor and passengers. we were at the seen at powell and washington state. the cable car came to a sudden stop when it hit 1.5 itch bolt from a cover. an alarm should have gone up to indicate something there. >> one of the boeing 787 dreamliner's is okayed for the fleet tote although they have been
escaped from custody by steeling a police van while handcuffed. the 32-year-old anthony sanchez was arrested on drug-related warrants yesterday. sanchez complained of being uncomfortable. he is a large fellow at 275. so officers linked him with two sets of handcuffs. police say he stretched his arms and got his legs through the cuffed arms and took off in the van. the van was located two hours later a mile away. sanchez was gone. >> the family of discovery -- the family of kevin clings is reacting to new information a man identified as wayne jackson has used a unusual of ailly as -- has used a number of aliases includeing when he moved to san francisco, the name of dan therrien and was known for a history of child molestation young boys, and he should have been a much stronger suspect back then it seems. >> last week, authorities dug up the garage of his house on masonic and found animal bones they think. >> there is a beach hazard advisory because of larger than expected surf with king sides of 6.235' each morni
is a large man, the officers had to link two sets of handcuffs together. somehow sanchez was able to slip his handcuffs to the front of his body and then when the officers weren't looking, he hopped into the driver's seat of a police van and he drove off. he ditched the van in a local neighborhood and ran. police found the van but could not find sanchez. >>> a frightening night for an east bay family after two men kicked in the door to their home and opened fire. vallejo police got the call that a mother and her two adult children have been shot at a home. the family was taken to the hospital. all are expected to survive. police don't know why their house was chosen. it appears at this time to be random. >>> one of apple's biggest investors says it's time for the company to show us the money. david einhorn who runs an investment firm called green light capital is suing apple demanding that the cupertino company give more of its cash back to its shareholders. apple has $137 billion in cash reserves, more than any other public company. and today responded to the lawsuit by saying it will discus
sanchez yesterday at an apartment complex on hillsdale road. the 32-year-old suspect was placed in the back of an unmarked minivan. an officer dropped papers on the ground. >> literally took a couple of seconds where the officer bent over to pick up the paperwork and the suspect literally slipped his cuffs, was able to jump into the driver's seat, put the car in gear and flee the scene. >> dwyer says it's common practice for officers to leave the key in the ignition if they are close. police found the van about two hours later but sanchez was not found. >>> 4:32. lawrence is very excited because his doppler is fired up today. >> working very well, i might add and looking good. we have some showers around the bay area right now just some light stuff right now but i think we are going to see some more rain on the way as we head throughout the day. take a look for yourself. yeah, how about that! we have some of those scattered showers showing up in the north bay right now. not the strongest storm we have ever seen but we are going to take what
for a probation violater who escaped from police while being arrested. officers picked up anthony sanchez yesterday afternoon. because he is a large man police used two sets of handcuffs linked together. police say while they were doing paperwork sanchez moved the handcuffs, hopped in to the drivers seat of a unmarked police van and drove off. the van was later found. >> concern you? he was wanted. >> i have a bat. i'm sure i can take care of us. >> reporter: police say that sanchez is wanted on drug related warrants. he is 32 years old. he is latino, 5'8'' to 5'10'', 200 to 275 pounds. he was least seen in black sweats and a gray sweatshirt. >>> police in fairfield are helping the fbi and the justice department investigate the killing of a 13-year-old girl. police say the death of the girl -- was a homicide but they aren't saying how she died. her body was found on friday the day after she was reported missing. a community vigil is planned form night. >> it's a first in the kevin collins case from 30 years ago. police are naming a person of interest in the disappearance of the 10-year
for a parolee who got creative and got away. they hasted anthony sanchez yesterday on hillsdale avenue. in order to cuff him, the officers had to link two sets of handcuffs together because he's a larger man. somehow he was able to slip his handcuffs from behind his back to the front of his body. then when officers weren't looking he hopped into the driver's seat of the police van and took off. sanchez ditched the van in the neighborhood. police found the van but not sanchez. a follow-up now to a story we first brought you last month back on january 15th, jennifer araujo told police a stranger tried to pry her 2-year-old from her arms right in front of her home and later admitted that that story was a hoax. now she's facing a misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting a crime. she turned herself in this week and posted bail and scheduled to make her first court appearance march 6th. >> how much would you pay for a party? how about $5 million? big plans for a public party to celebrate the completion of the bay bridge. but the proposed price tag is raising eyebrows. after more than a decade construct
of women's issues. congresswoman sanchez wanted to be here. she was called in to international travel for a security conference. i am here replacing her for the time being. since the start of her career, she has been on the house armed services committee. she is currently the second- highest ranking democrat on the committee. this has been an issue that has been on her heart. she was there when the former chairman, duncan hunter, wanted women to be in the military. she continued to fight, but she was pushed to the side. this was not just by the republicans, but also by the democrats. it has been a halt -- hard- fought battle. and she heard it happens, she was definitely speechless. she did not know what to say. when we were working on the national defense authorization act and she decided to introduce an amendment, we have to work in a way where it would not come up and say, let's repeal the entire policy. let's give commanders the flexibility to assign women to wherever they need to be, wherever they meet the needs of the battle grounds. that was replaced, substituted by an amendment
of the forecast, i'm kris sanchez along with anthony slaughter, in for rob mayeda and it's going to be a beautiful weekend to stay indoors tomorrow, right? >> or outdoors, you can really do anything. last week, pull the couch outside and watch the super bowl outside. >> that's true. >> you can do that. we're a little cloudy this morning, we'll be dry today and tomorrow so if you have any outdoor or indoor plans the weather will cooperate. near 50 in vun sunnyvale. we're starting off mild considering the cloud cover overhead, mid-60s today, a few degrees a s off of where we wer yesterday. did you know today was groundhog day, chris. >> what's going to happen? >> i don't know, maybe we'll repeat this day tomorrow and the next day and the next day. did you see that movie? >> yes. bill murray, one of my favorites. thank you very much, anthony. see you in a bit. >>> oakland police are investigating a shooting that left one person dead and another person hurt. the shooting happened around 11:00 last night near the intersection of 23rd street and telegraph avenue, not far from the oakland art murmur gall
on the tense negotiations between the city and the police union. let's bring in kris sanchez from san jose city hall. kris? >> reporter: hi there, raj. the union says the city walked away from the negotiating table though the mayor says both sides are talking. he's also already called for an arbitrator and an arbitration date so this could be very tough negotiating. san jose has fewer than 1,000 police officers on the streets, the lowest level of staffing in years, and some might argue the lowest morale. to change that the police union wants the city to turn back the clock on pay in the next contract. >> we're in our third year of getting back money. right now we're getting back 10% of our wages. this offer calls for an end to that starting in july followed a year later by a 3% raise and a year after that for a 3% raise. >> reporter: he says that has to happen if san jose wants to stem the tide of resignations. 139 sjd police officers left in the last 13 months. the mayor says the city can't afford it. >>
. 32-year-old anthony sanchez was taken into custody last night about 11:30. now police first arrested him wednesday for a parole violation. but he managed to maneuver out of his handcuffs while the police were doing the paper work. he drove off in an unmarked police van. it was later ditched. shortly after that police say witnesses reported seeing a man with dangling handcuffs stealing a truck from a 7- eleven parking lot. he was later spotted at a jack in the box before being arrested. >>> a former los angeles police officer bent on revenge is still on the loose. it was this time yesterday morning when we first reported that 33-year-old christopher jordan was suspected of shooting three police officers in river side county. he was already wanted on charges of killing a young irvine couple last weekend. massive man hunt now stretches across southern california and parts of nevada, arizona, and mexico. the big bear ski resort area in san bernardino county is under emergency lock down after investigators found his burned up truck on a forest road. the rugged terrain there could provide
police have rearrested a man that have slipped away from officers. 32-year-old anthony sanchez was taken into custody last night at about 11:30. officers first air forced him on wednesday -- first arrested him on wednesday after a parole violation. shortly after that police say witnesses reported seeing a man with dangling handcuffs steal a truck from a 7-eleven parking lot. he was later spotted at a jack in the box before being arrested. >>> former los angeles police officer bent on revenge is still on the loose this morning. it was this time yesterday morning we first reported that 33-year-old christopher jordan dorner was suspected of shooting three police officers in river side county. he was already wanted on charges of killing a young irvine couple last weekend. a massive man hunt stretches across southern california and parts of nevada, arizona, and mexico. now this morning even the big bear resort area the ski area there is under emergency lock down. after investigators found his burned up truck. the rugged terrain could provide him some cover in that area. 125 officers have been
. hector sanchez from the national hispanic leadership. good saturday to all of you. i want to start with you. give me a sense of the diversity. what that could mean for the debate over reform. >> craig, you just cited the statistics in terms of the foreign born. in recent years, if you look at the last four or five years, it's more diverse. the stream coming in from asia has grown overtime. immigrants coming in over asia over the regional share. that's hardly because migration from mexico slowed down considerably over the past few years. >> they talk about the need to keep american educated immigrants in the united states. we will talk about it on the other side. >> right now there brilliant students sitting in classrooms at the top universities. they are earning degrees in the fields of the future like emergencyi i energying engineering and computer science. >> put this into perspective. how big of a problem is this? >> i'm actually from ohio and when i went back during the election season rveg, they were bringing up how many international students were going to ohio state and grad
sanchez. >> how's it going? >> good. check this out. he's also a fox 5 fan. >> of course. always. >> where do you live? >> maryland. >> all your friends are red skin's fans? >> redskins and ravens. >>ll me about your love for the ravens. >> i go to the signings. i go to the games every year and the superbowl win is just amazing. it's so surreal. i can't believe we won and very grateful to live in maryland. >> you must have been nervous during the game. >> of course. i almost had a heart attack. >> charlie's got a plan here. the players are going to arrive at 10:45. what's your plan? >> i'm going to stick with the bus. stay as close to the bus as possible. >> you are going to run along the players? >> correct. i'm going to do my best. >> he got up at 3:00 and been here since 4:30. before we do it back, do the score. do it. >>> there it is. we have our first official squirrel dance. we have to do that to stay warm. it's cold out here. temperatures in the 30s. you've been drinking a lot of 30s. mid 40s. that was great. excellent dancer. back to you guys. >> are you going to do any
. this is very important. a sanchez columbia university. i admit the story has a journalism school. but what's important is pulitzer came to realize journalism like any profession, whether where a tennis require training. so he took his money to create a school by which people could become professionally trained to become journalists because it's a responsible crowd. what is homeport miss i think a lot of solutions to the modern mass media's problems today will come out those institutions were younger people are trying to become journalists and they have to figure out a way to make over. the next pulitzer may, created. the other is supposed to price. this surprises many left behind to work journalists and newspapers and writers and artists and other people for great contributions. two aspects significant. one, if you get it, it changes your life or the joke is now you know the first three words of your obituary will be because his pulitzer prize winner so-and-so passed away. but that reflects the power of fatcats, of the price. a century after poster said, honor people people using pulitzer'
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